The origins of Jägermeister can be traced back over 80 years to the small town of Wolfenbüttel, Germany. Since production began here, ginger root has been a key ingredient in our complex blend of 56 herbs and spices. Which is, of course, why Jägermeister goes so naturally with ginger beer - especially served with ice, lime and cucumber. We call it a Root56. A celebration of our deepest bonds, and a worthy accompaniment to yours.
With its unmistakable flavor and warming character, Jägermeister is one of the world’s best-loved drinks, bringing people together wherever it is enjoyed.
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Root56 - Mix Jägermeister with Ginger Beer
Your Jägermeister Recipe Guide
So we know that Jägermeister can happen to the best of drinks – but which Jägermeister drinks are the best?
Well, it's up to you to decide
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JÄGERHAUS FIELD DAY 2016 VIDEO & PHOTOBLOG
The JägerHaus made a triumphant return to Victoria Park for Field Day 2016.
This time last year we launched the JägerHaus for the first time, so it was fantastic to return four festivals later to where it all started.
Festival goers packed out the JägerHaus for two solid days as newcomers and returning guests were treated to a unique festival experience. Live bands, DJs, Ice Cold summer serves and shots were the order of both days, as the JägerHaus got to grips with...and defeated...the regular British downpours.
Inside, the JägerHaus saw a few subtle changes including a hand painted neon stag ‘selfie’ area (yes you read that correctly) as well as an even bigger sound system, expanded back yard and a few other little nuances you will simply have to discover for yourself!
The lineup in the JägerHaus was once again out of this world. On Saturday, Metronomy performed an exclusive Summer ‘08 headline DJ set with Cabbage, Happy Meal Ltd, Fews, Jamie Isaac, The Invisible, NZCA Lines, Georgia and Petite Noir all performing live.
On Sunday, headline DJ duties fell to the Mystery Jets with live performances coming from Saltwater Sun, Birdskulls, Stevie Parker, Get Inuit, InHeaven, Telegram, Oscar and The Duke Spirit.
If that wasn’t enough we also broadcast ‘Live Interviews’ on our Facebook page with Jamie Isaac, InHeaven, Telegram, The Duke Spirit and Mystery Jets! It goes without saying our Live Twitter feed kept music fans up to date with the latest action from the JägerHaus and Instagram showed off eye candy highlights. Ah yes on that front we should also mention a few of our celebrity Field Day guests which included Jamie from Klaxons, Coffin Joe from The Horrors, all the lads from Blossoms and Daft Punk’s former manager and current head honcho of Ed Banger Records - Pedro Winter!
A huge thank you goes out the Field Day organisers and everyone that performed, DJ’d and attended the JägerHaus at Field Day 2016. Next stop, Kendal Calling!